This is the latest Newcastle united News with Al sorour on the verge on getting his hands to futher ambitious things around the club as he make honest assessment.
At Turf Moor, a Callum Wilson brace put United 2-0 up before Maxwel Cornet pulled one back as the Clarets failed to stay in the Premier League.
The Magpies were able to only miss out on a top half finish with their highest points total since the 2013-14 season, despite being 19th in the standings when the takeover went through in October and stayed there until late January following a record of one victory in their first 20 league games.
And Al Sorour was quick to applaud Eddie Howe and his players for the remarkable turnaround, noting that the club can now begin planning for next season by aiming farther up the Premier League table.
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Newcastle United News: Al Sorour gives honest assessment of Newcastle’s that implies further ambition
“We are a family since there are few who believe,” Al Sorour said on LinkedIn.
“We put the squad in 19th place. We were down to 20 people. This year, finishing at 11 is a nice result. Let’s go to work on the upcoming season.
“I appreciate Eddie and the coaching staff’s efforts. Thanks to the players; you’re all incredible.
“Thanks to the supporters and the people of Newcastle for a successful return season.”
“Mr. Chairman [Yasir Al Rumayyan], Amanda [Staveley], Mehrdad [Ghodoussi], Jamie [Reuben], Mr. Chairman [Yasir Al Rumayyan], Thank you very much, and we’ll see you next season.”
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